Announce live show @ Camden Assembly
Taken from his forthcoming new EP ‘& the Friday Friends’
(Aesop / Quality Time)
“Multi-faceted pop with an incredible sense of colour…” – Clash
“One of the most bizarre, exciting songs we’ve heard all year” – Hilly Dilly
“A perfect mixture of pop, dance music and serene, blissed out moments” – Born Music
On the back of sharing his brand new single ‘Friends’ with the world this week and its inclusion in Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist today, Count Counsellor is excited to announce a full live show at London’s Camden Assembly in September.
The gig on the 5th of September will coincide with the release of CC’s forthcoming ‘& the Friday Friends’ EP.
Buy tickets for the show here:
Count’s newest Huw Stephens-supported single ‘Friends’ is a subtle departure from some of the more washed out dance sounds of his debut EP ‘& the Childhood Heroes’, ‘Friends’ deals with the subject of a broken down relationship via the sound of sheer jubilation. Using his vocals as more of a centrepiece than ever before, the track doesn’t stray far from his electronic roots.
Listen to ‘Friends’
In the 18 months since his last EP, Count Counsellor has spent his time realigning his musical chakras, writing and collaborating with artists such as MEI, Them Blends and Jelani Blackman – as well as producing the ecstatic pop-club crossover ‘Dancery’ with common comrade FRED. This time away as well as the influence of close collaborators has reinvigorated his vision for the project; “As always, space gives you a lot of time to think and understand what you are trying to do, and I think with every Count project I am trying to make more people happy – or at least feel something – so me being happy is definitely going to influence that.”
With the release of ‘Friends’ and the full forthcoming ‘& the Friday Friends’ EP via Aesop / Quality Time Count Counsellor’s refreshing brand of electronically dynamic pop music is the perfect sound to compliment the incoming summer months and beyond.
‘& the Friday Friends’ EP Tracklisting:
2. Open Eyes
3. So Much Sass